Collecting and gathering money makes the world go round since ages.
Is the end of money in sight, with cash bank transactions dropping 98% since 1985 and local banks closing?
Will today’s children grow up looking at banknotes like we look at shells? A colorful piece of paper, useless for payments, because paying is likely to be done with a fingerprint.
Giants Buddha’s and golden temples stand tall for ages, reminding us of the inherent Go(l)d we are. For the real gold rush no packing is needed.
Full article, including photo essay, published at Pantone View